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[texts]A history of wireless telegraphy, 1838-1899: including some bare-wire proposals for subaqueous telegraphs - Fahie, J. J. (John Joseph), 1846-1934
Includes bibliographical references and index
Keywords: Telegraph, Wireless -- History
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[texts]A history of wireless telegraphy : including some bare-wire proposals for subaqueous telegraphs - Fahie, J. J. (John Joseph), 1846-1934
Includes bibliographical references and index
Keywords: Telegraph, Wireless -- History
Downloads: 1,635
[texts]Marconi, the man and his wireless - Dunlap, Orrin Elmer, 1896-

Keywords: Marconi, Guglielmo, marchese, 1874-1937; Telegraph, Wireless -- History
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[audio]Haraden Pratt interviewed by Jane Morgan - Morgan, Jane
Description: Extended interview of radio engineer Haraden Pratt, who was an amateur operator in San Francisco in the early 1900s and studied engineering at U.C. Berkeley, where he built the university's first radio station in 1914. Pratt worked at Mare Island Navy Yard, as well as Federal Telegraph Company, as chief engineer in the 1920s. Morgan used source material from these interviews with Pratt for her book, "Electronics in the West," published in 1967...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Morgan, Jane; Pratt, Haraden; Telegraph, Wireless--History; Radio--History; Communications--Military; Vacuum-tubes--History
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[audio]Interview with Dr. Leonard Fuller - Perham, Douglas M.
Description: Interview of Dr. Leonard F. Fuller by Douglas M. Perham at his New Almaden Museum near San Jose, February 4, 1965. Fuller tells the story of the Federal Telegraph Company's electromagnet given to the University of California as part of Dr. Ernest Lawrence's first cyclotron; history of early Federal Telegraph transmitting stations along the Pacific Coast; plans for the China station in Shanghai, for which the electromagnets were originally manufactured; Douglas Perham's part in windi...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Perham, Douglas M; Fuller, Leonard Franklin, 1890-1987; Particle accelerators--History; Telegraph, Wireless--History
Downloads: 6
[audio]Interviews with radio engineers Archie M. Stevens and Ken Laird - Rasmussen, Erv; Perham, Douglas M.
Description: Interviews conducted by Erv Rasmussen and Douglas M. Perham at Perham's home in New Almaden, California, on June 14, 1963. Part 1: Wireless pioneer Archie Stevens was born in Litton, Iowa, and graduated Stanford University (1909). He discusses the earthquake in Palo Alto in 1906; working for Poulsen Wireless/Federal Telegraph Company as chief draftsman, designing and installing wireless stations in California, Oregon, Washington, and the Midwest...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Rasmussen, Erv; Perham, Douglas M; Stevens, Archie M; Laird, Ken; San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, Calif., 1906; Radio--History; Telegraph, Wireless--History
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[audio]Interviews of Electronics Pioneers by Erv Rasmussen - Rasmussen, Erwin A.
Additional Title: The Eimac Story; Charles Litton; Dr. Leonard FullerDescription: Interviews by Erv Rasmussen conducted in 1963. Part 1: a) Interview with William Eitel and Jack McCullough, founders of EIMAC, conducted at the EIMAC plant in San Carlos, California; b) Interview with Charles Litton, glassblower and vacuum tube maker, and founder of Litton Industries, conducted in Grass Valley, California...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Rasmussen, Erwin A; Litton, Charles; Eitel, William; McCullough, Jack; Fuller, Leonard Franklin, 1890-1987; Vacuum-tubes--History; Telegraph, Wireless--History; Radio--History
Downloads: 11
[audio]Federal Telecommunications Laboratory Opening - Institute of Radio Engineers. San Francisco Section.
Additional Title: Federal OpeningDescription: Recorded on Saturday, December 15, 1956, at the official opening of International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation’s Federal Telecommunications Laboratory in Palo Alto, California, under the direction of William S. Chaskin. To celebrate Federal’s “homecoming” to Palo Alto, a large group of Federal Telegraph Company employees gathered for a reunion...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Patten, William R; Telegraph, Wireless--History; Radio--History; Electronic industries--San Francisco Bay Area--History; Television--History; San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.)
Downloads: 13
[audio]Interview with Adrian Anderson by Erv Rasmussen - Rasmussen, Erwin A.
Description: Interview with former Federal Telegraph Company engineer Adrian L. Anderson, conducted July 25, 1963, at Douglas Perham’s residence in New Almaden, California. Anderson was born in Santa Cruz, California, in 1891, and was living in San Francisco at the time of the 1906 earthquake, which he describes in the interview. He studied mechanical engineering at Stanford University, and was hired by Federal Telegraph Company in 1916 while still in school...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Rasmussen, Erwin A; Anderson, Adrian; San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, Calif., 1906; Telegraph, Wireless--History; Radio--History; San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.)
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